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Algonquin Provincial Park

On Hwy. 60, east of Huntsville,

The oldest provincial park in Ontario is also one of Canada’s largest with 7,725 square kilometres of wild forest, lakes,

Arrowhead Provincial Park

Exit 226 off Hwy. 11, 7 km north of Huntsville,

Explore 15 km of walking trails, nine km of biking trails, canoe the Big East River (until July), fish for

Georgian Bay Islands National Park Of Canada

Exit 156 off Hwy. 400, left on Muskoka Rd. 5, Honey Harbour

This cluster of 63 islands forms the entry to the 30,000 Islands ecosystem. Camping and cabins, day and overnight docking,

Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail

Off Hwy. 118 at Milford Bay Road, Muskoka Lakes

A locally renowned scenic lookout and 2.5-kilometre-long walking trail. Traipse across rock known to have existed for more than a

Killbear Provincial Park

North of Parry Sound on Hwy. 559, Parry Sound

In the middle of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands, on southern edge of Canadian Shield. Hiking and biking trails, plus four

Lion’s Lookout

End of Lookout Road, off Brunel Road, Huntsville

Marked by a small pavilion atop a hill near the Huntsville Centennial Centre, this site presents a beautiful view of

Seguin Recreational Trail

Parry Sound

This 70 km trail begins south of Parry Sound and continues to Rochester Road. Trail, consisting of hard packed earth,

Six Mile Lake Provincial Park

Exit 162 from Hwy. 400, Port Severn

Sandy beaches with swimming, launches, canoe rentals. Films, nature walks, park store and camping with regular and electrical sites. May

Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Preserve

Off of District Road 13 (Southwood Road), Gravenhurst

Nearly 5,000 acres of Precambrian shield is protected from modern development and, specifically, light pollution. The site offers spectacular 360-degree
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